math syllabus - Basically, we do Chapters 1 thru 8. A more...

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408C P ROFESSOR : Kathy Davis P HONE : 471-0128 O FFICE : RLM 9.138 O FFICE H OURS : E MAIL : W EB S ITE : G RADES H OMEWORK 0% Assigned most M's; not graded. To check your work: ask or work with others. Q UIZZES 20% Once a week, on Th. Lowest dropped. No cheat sheets. Exams 60% Two, spaced through the semester; not cumulative. None dropped. Cheat sheets OK. Final 20% Not cumulative. Be There. Make-Ups Documented illness or pre-arranged abscence. Cheat Sheets One 8.5 by 11 sheet; anything you want on it. Stewart, CALCULUS, sixth edition (latest edition)
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Unformatted text preview: Basically, we do Chapters 1 thru 8. A more detailed syllabus on on the math website. T EXT T OPICS Syllabus G OALS This course emphasizes computational ability and geometric un-derstanding in calculus. It isn't a theorem/proof class. It is the advanced class and it does move fast. P ROFESSOR I NFO W EB S ITE Old Exams are on the site; you can use these to study for the quiz-zes and for the major exams. Solutions are NOT available: this is on-purpose. Your exams are most like the old exams. Also online: lecture supplements, copies of the homework, the FAQ(Frequently Asked Questions)....
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This note was uploaded on 04/28/2008 for the course M 408c taught by Professor Mcadam during the Summer '06 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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